USA BMX Tulsa Headquarters Officially Open

TULSA, OK. –USA BMX officially has a new home. Officials, team members, and riders celebrated the grand opening of USA BMX’s Tulsa headquarters this past Tuesday.

USA BMX celebrated its new home in style this past Tuesday.

The $23 million facility contains the new BMX Hall of Fame, the USA BMX Foundation headquarters, and the Hardesty National Track stadium which contains both a youth/amateur and Olympic-level track.

A state-of-the-art indoor rink will have riders never wanting to leave.

The facility, which was funded by voters during the approval of a program called “Vision Tulsa” back in 2016, the city in conjunction with BMX broke ground in 2019 on the 11-acre site.

Tulsa natives will know that the facility is in pristine location near the Historic Greenwood District.

BMX riders, officials, and fans are hoping that the new Tulsa arena will inspire the next generation of BMXers nationwide due to increasing accessibility.

The facility, which holds not only an outdoor arena with standing room but also a covered seating area for 2000, has already made international headlines in the BMX realm.

The Tulsa home also features a modern Hall of Fame exhibit where even non-riders will wish to come back and visit!
Officials gather before the official ribbon cutting.

USA BMX Chief Strategy Officer John David says the “city’s persistence with moving their headquarters to Tulsa won over. When the city leadership came to us and said we want you here, we knew that we can make a mark in our community and you can be a part of the fabric of who and what we are,” David explained. “We bought in immediately.”

In addition to the new facilities and state-of-the-art tracks, the building will also be used for the BMX Foundation’s new STEM programming and Tulsa empowerment programs for at-risk youth in the area.

USA BMX’s Tulsa headquarters are OPEN!

Connor Fields, a BMX Olympian who has frequented Tulsa thanks to the BMX Grand Nationals, says that “BMX offers great life lessons. There are so many things you can learn. Whether it is hard work or sportsmanship and learning how to lose and be graceful in loss,” there is a variety.